Books on Focusing-Oriented Therapy

Recommended Reading: 

There are now a number of books on Focusing practice and philosophy. Below is a partial list of books with specific application to psychotherapy and counselling. The books below, as well as the many other books on Focusing, are available from The Focusing Institute Bookstore as well as online and local bookstores. Many of these texts are also available in Dansk, Deutsch, Espanol, Francais, Hebrew, Italian, Nederlands, Russian, and Swedish. We have supplied links for you to find more information on each title.


Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy
by Eugene Gendlin, Ph.D.

idLet Your Body Interpret Your Dreams
by Eugene Gendlin, Ph.D.




Theory and Practice of Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy. Beyond the Talking Cure
by Greg Madison, Ph.D. (Ed.)


Emerging Practice in Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy. Innovative Theory and Applications
by Greg Madison, Ph.D. (Ed.)

51PD4ZNvarL._SL500_SL135_Focusing in Clinical Practice. The Essence of Change
by Ann Weiser Cornell, Ph.D.


Person-Centred Therapy: The Focusing-Oriented Approach
by Campbell Purton, Ph.D.


Focusing-Oriented Art Therapy (Paperback)
by Laury Rapport, PhD.


Confessions of a Trauma Therapist. A Memoir of Healing and Transformation
by Mary Armstrong


Focusing-Oriented Therapy (FOT)
by Neil Friedman, Ph.D.

Integrating Experiential and Brief TherapyIntegrating Experiential and Brief Therapy
by Bala Jaison, Ph.D.


Integrating Spirituality in Counseling: A Manual for Using the Experiential Focusing Method
by Elfie Hinterkopf, Ph.D.

PrintCollaborative Consultation with Parents and Infants in the Perinatal Period
by Zack Boukydis, Ph.D.

EXPERIENTIAL_DIMENSIONThe Experiential Dimension in Therapy
by Kathleen N. McGuire, Ph.D., 1984, epilogue 1994

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